Friday, February 29, 2008

Olson fights Bachmann, Tinklenberg has salmon...

It's been an interesting week watching the Olson and Tinklenberg campaigns!

We got emails earlier in the week asking to donate to Elwyn Tinklenberg's campaign so he could take a night off for his birthday.

Bob Olson was out speaking to VFW's, Rotary Clubs, and other organizations.

Elwyn Tinklenberg dined on salmon, sauteed spinach, yellow potatoes, and bread pudding...

Bob Olson was challenging Michele Bachmann for her comments on Bill O'Reilly's show.

As predicted, the right wing blogosphere jumped to the rescue of their conservative goddess, Congresswoman Bachmann.

Gary Gross and Michael Brodkorb came to Bachmann's rescue...

While Brodkorb is of the opinion that Gross "gave Olson's campaign a well deserved smack down", Political Muse at Liberal in the Land of Conservative smacks back in a more effective post.

Political Muse astutely points out that one of Bachmann's lackey's sent Gross the video of the Bachmann / O'Reilly lovefest.
How could it be that Bachmann and Associates will return an email about a potential Bachmann media appearance so quickly when most constituent emails are left unanswered or take weeks to return? How is it that Gary Gross is able to have such quick response time from Bachmann central about a trivial media appearance when the vast majority of constituents are left without any contact with their representation? Nope, no politicization here!

Nice work Muse!

It begs the question. Would you rather have someone who will actually fight for you or someone who will send out a campaign email about their menu?

Tough choice, I know!

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